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poudreuse

[ poo-drooz; French poo-drœz ]
/ puˈdrʊz; French puˈdrœz /
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noun, plural pou·dreus·es [poo-drooz-iz; French poo-drœz]. /puˈdrʊz ɪz; French puˈdrœz/.
a small toilet table of the 18th century.
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Origin of poudreuse

1925–30; <French, equivalent to poudr(er) to powder1 + -euse-euse
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